LONDON (Reuters) – Irish Prime Minister Micheal Martin warned Britain on Sunday it might be “very critical” if it enacted a brand new legislation to unilaterally change a part of a Brexit deal to attempt to ease commerce with Northern Eire, and urged the federal government to renew talks.
“If this invoice is enacted, I feel we’re in a really critical scenario,” he advised the BBC.
“What now must occur is absolutely substantive negotiations between the British authorities and the European Union.”
(Reporting by Elizabeth Piper, Modifying by Louise Heavens)
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